Pink Lotus Ceremony

Pink Lotus Touraj Bandeh

Let your body & mind relax through guided meditation and soothing song by Touraj Bandéh. True to the ancient Egyptian Ceremonies we serve the Pink Lotus tea, which is known for its healing properties. The holy flower relaxes your body, awakens your intuition and enhances your dreams.

We will start off by serving the Pink Lotus tea with its healing and relaxing properties, in the way they did in ancient Egyptian Ceremonies. Our inner journey is led through guided meditation and song by the eminent artist Touraj Bandèh. Through his soothing voice combined with various relaxing sounds and instruments, you are guided into deep relaxation focusing on balancing your emotional body.

In the end we open up for a co-creative space where you can continue to be in your state of relaxation or connect with others through the mystic arts.

We look forward to spend this evening with you, filled with soothing rhythms, relaxation and heightened consciousness.

Lots of love from

Team Conscious

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The meaning of Pink Lotus

“As a lotus flower is born in water, grows in water and rises out of water to stand above it unsoiled, s​​​​o, I, born in the world, raised in the world, having overcome the world, live unsoiled by the world.”
-Buddha

In Buddhism, Buddha and Kuan Yin is depicted on a pink lotus. They understand that it is a symbolic representation of a person’s soul along its journey that begins with materialism, crosses the road of experience and suffering, and lands safely in total enlightenment.
Non-Buddhists likely also see the symbolism in the rising and sinking action of the Lotus Flower on a daily basis. With each new dawn of a new day, there appears a new Lotus Flower; rising from the muddy water from which it was born.
In the traditional Hindu system of medicine known as Ayurveda, the pink lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) has a very special place. Alike Buddhists, Hindus believe that Brahma, the creator God, was born from the sacred pink lotus. Historically, people throughout Asia have used the leaves, flowers, stems and seeds of the pink lotus for a variety of different purposes, both ritual and medicinal.